Worship isn’t just something we do at C-N. It’s woven into the fabric of our community. Found on every corner of campus, whether the classroom, field or dorm, our faith defines who we are.
As a student at a distinctively Christian university, you’ll be in the unique position to use your time at college to go beyond preparing for your career—you’ll get to deepen your relationship with Christ through discipleship and worship, exercise your faith through mission opportunities both local and abroad, learn the truth of God’s Word, and think critically about your worldview.
With events that merge faith, learning and community, the Community Life and Worship program brings students, faculty and staff together with weekly chapel services and along with a host of of other opportunities that nurture spiritual growth. C-N students are known for owning their faith and lead campus groups like Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) and Fellowship of Chrisitian Athletes (FCA).
At C-N, you’ll find fellow Christians ready to help you find God’s purpose for your life, an emphasis on community worship and the opportunity to share Christ’s love locally and beyond. You’ll be challenged to take your faith to the next level.
BCM provides small group ministries all over campus for students to share life and grow in their understanding of God’s Word Student led worship gathering on Wednesday nights is a community where members encourage one another in faith, prays for each other’s needs and joins together for service opportunities.
Every Tuesday morning, the entire C-N student body, along with faculty and staff, joins together for worship.
Each traditional residence hall has a student chaplain who serves their dorm by acting as a spiritual resource and sharing Christ’s love right where students live.